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Empire

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Shame

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Disturbed and Despise

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Waterboarding

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Dinh Q. Le: The Scrolls: Distortion Series, and the San Art Residency in Ho Chi Minh City

Dinh Q. Le is my colleague and friend since 2004 when we worked together on the Board of Directors of Res Artis, the International Association of Residential Arts Centers. Since then we have both remained part of an active¬† group of artist/activists who have become Cultural Producers; artist practitioners whose work, besides exhibiting and writing…

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What Is Democracy?

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Freedom

I invite you to participate in Words We have Learned Since 9/11. It is a participatory, global public art Project whose goal is to make sense of our transformation since this life-changing event. More than tools to communicate, our words reflect our deeper truth and our evolving identity in a rapidly changing and insecure world.…

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Empathy

I’ve invited friend and colleague John Tarnoff to initiate a new series of posts from my Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project. Beginning January 10th a series of posts will appear for 20 weeks on my Linked In feed, inviting people to respond in writing to a photograph of a person holding a word…

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Little Tokyo Service Center Announces It’s New +LAB Artist Residency Program

I want to¬†share with you an artist residency project I am working on designing and implementing and that is now available for California based artists. It is a unique opportunity and I am very excited to be part of this project! This new residency program will support four artist residencies from multiple disciplines by the…

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Is This How To Save the Arts and Non Profits in the Face of Gentrification?

I want to share this post from Mike Scutari from Inside Philanthropy. The model he talks about in San Francisco could be applicable perhaps in Los Angeles, New York, or any U.S. city where rents have gotten out of control. And given the looming federal tax bill and the negative consequences for non profit organizations…

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